While in LA I was alone for 8 hours a day I had nothing to do, but try to explore the city while my boyfriend was at work. It took me six days to build up enough courage to take his car and drive alone; having a car in this horizontally spread out city is a must. Any person who has driven in LA will know that aggressive driving is the norm and that people seem to have an aversion to signalling. The city actually ranks as the eighth scariest city to drive in (according to my research ;)). Anyway, I decided to ditch the Uber's for freedom on wheels. The following days I had to drop him off at work in order to have the car for the rest of the day. I rolled out of bed at 8am thinking that I would come home and go back to sleep. I grabbed my 5 year old black framed Marc Jacob glasses (I feel like an annoying try-hard when I wear them...I'm still searching for my perfect new pair) thinking that contacts would be unnecessary for the short ride. When we were getting close to his place of work I pull into the 7 Eleven parking lot and manoeuvred my way into a parking stall so he could grab a pack of cigarettes. As we were about to leave I started backing out and was shocked to hear a BOOM! Zach freaked out. I freaked out. Let's just say it was a scene. He got out of the car and discovered that I had backed into a truck and scraped the bumper of his new car. I have never been in an accident--a fact that I make very clear when his driving is annoying me--needless to say I was mortified. I contemplated retuning all my purchases to allocate funds towards buying a new bumper. After the incident I reverted back to Uber and traded the stress of driving in LA for the slightly creepy drivers asking me out. You can't win them all. This cutout leopard print top and beaded necklace are from The Dress Form--they have the cutest curated vintage pieces (beautiful dresses and cool accessories to fun girly tops and jackets), definitely worth a glance. Drive safe!